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Facing an insurance claim?

Avoid these 5 common tricks and get the money you deserve

When you’re injured, you expect a fair payout from the insurance company that covers your medical expenses, lost income, and other losses. That’s not always what happens. More often than not, good people get cheated out of what they deserve. 

Our “Tricks, traps, and trouble” infographic offers you everything you need to know about five common tactics the insurance company uses to avoid paying out a fair claim. 

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The insurance company doesn’t
have your best interests in mind.
Here’s how to stand up to them

When you’re facing life-changing injuries, you need to understand your options. The insurance company doesn’t make that process easy, and they often use underhanded techniques to deny people a fair settlement.

People deserve to know a trick when they see one. In this infographic,
we outline how to spot some of the most common traps and how to avoid falling victim to them.

Some of the tricks include:

  • Lying
  • Manipulation
  • Asking for self-sabotaging information

To learn more about these tactics, and others, download the infographic today.

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Learn the difference an aggressive attorney can make

If the insurance company wants to put up a fight, we’ll give them one. Attorney Zach Herschensohn isn’t afraid of their tricks and knows how to stand up on your behalf and demand a fair settlement—or take your case to court. 

To meet privately with his team to discuss your case, simply fill out our simple contact form, or call (206) 596-4964.

The content provided here is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject.